Re: [videoblogging] formats

On 28/06/2004, at 1:06 AM, David Wolf wrote:

> As a possible solution to the bandwidth issue, how about using RSS or
> some other flavour of XML (hey, just another SMIL file would work
> well!) to organise which files you do and don't want linked to by
> everyone else. Say a "recent" database of recently created pieces or
> an "excerpts" database with much smaller preview videos. We could all
> link to these files in the same way that we subscribe to RSS feeds
> from weblogs or news services. The actual larger files could be
> linked from these in the same way as "click to continue" or "read
> more" works with text.
>
> Doesn't need to be too high tech, we can copy a lot from the way
> weblogs work 🙂

I was thinking of the same thing. you could write a custom rss feed for
the quicktime and then have an aggregation page that loads these rss
feeds. should be pretty straight forward, another thing i'd like to
have a go it if someone hasn't done it already.

cheers
Adrian Miles
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